Category: Today’s Victory



Today’s Victory: The Good, The Concerning and The Cause for Celebration

Yesterday after picking the kids up from school, I dropped Elliott off at home before taking Emmett to an ADHD med-check. When a child is on ADHD medication, there are frequent medication checks for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, it’s about making sure the medication is still the… Read more »



As an #Autism parent, I have to celebrate the wins, even if no one else gets it

I know yesterday was a rough one for me and I was run pretty ragged but there were some positives. I wanted to quickly share one of those positives with you and encourage you to try and focus on the positives in your life. ☺ One of the big frustrations… Read more »



A MAJOR Victory flew under the radar yesterday

Yesterday was a rather challenging day for me personally, but I muddled my way through it. In all the frustration, stress and otherwise chaotic events of yesterday, something didn’t get mentioned that should have. For years we’ve struggled with Elliott and homework. It didn’t matter what it was or how… Read more »



So Proud

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I want to take a second and share how proud of Elliott I am right now. I’m always proud of my kids but sometimes they even surprise me and I find myself even more deeply impressed. Today is one such day.. ☺ On the way home from school today, Elliott… Read more »



Today’s Victory: Pants

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I want to take a second to remind everyone to celebrate the victories. As Autism and Special Needs Parents, we’re all to aware that even the smallest step forward still means forward movement. Focus on those victories, even on the really bad days because it helps to maintain perspective. That… Read more »



Today’s MASSIVELY AWESOME Victory

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Today marked the third time in a row that Gavin has done his own IVIG Infusion, start to finish. I can’t tell you how proud of him I am. When I look back 5 or 6 years, I remember how much he struggled with needles. It would literally take half… Read more »


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